It is a frequent misconception that celebrities have complete freedom to do anything they want. That is not the case for Pink, who has strict guidelines regarding her children owning phones. Willow, her 10-year-old daughter, isn’t allowed to have a phone yet, according to mom. “There’s a bright side and a dark side to technology in general for adults, as well,” she told TODAY regarding the affects of technology. I’m not quite there yet when it comes to children. I don’t have a phone for my 10-year-old.” “She (Willow) pointed out to me yesterday, ‘You know most of the students in my fifth grade class have a phone,’ she said. That doesn’t sway my opinion. “I don’t give a damn.”
When it comes to her children, Pink maintains she isn’t fully anti-technology. “As parents, we can’t be dinosaurs ourselves; we have to sort of accept it and go with it,” she remarked. According to 7 News, she also has a five-year-old son named Jameson. Her work with the meditation and wellness app Calm, for which she has recorded three bedtime stories, exemplifies her position on utilizing technology in more positive ways. Pink has established herself as a rock vocalist who is always bursting with vigor and zeal on stage. When she is at home with her children, though, she is the polar opposite.
“There’s this other part of me that people don’t see,” she explained. “No, our night routine is sumo wrestling, so I completely understand why you feel that way about me.” She also discusses her cooperation with Calm. “I’ve been using Calm for years and it’s how I go asleep, so when I heard they were making a Calm Kids, I thought to myself, ‘I want to do that.’ ‘I’d want to read stories to children.’ She claims to have tried it with her son, who now requests that she read books to him on a regular basis.
Carson Daly, TODAY’s interviewer, acknowledged that putting small children to bed is really challenging. His 12-year-old son Jackson, he claimed, is regularly wired as a result of his phone usage. According to Daly, “‘Bro, please It’s starting to become late. Right now, your brain is firing. I need your mind to work in the opposite direction.’ I like the notion of Calm for Kids because it’s so realistic, and ideally they’ll be relaxing, listening, and getting lost in these wonderful stories read by you.”
Calm Kids, according to the 42-year-old musician, uses technology to help children. “If you want to listen to a narrative at night that ignites your imagination, gets you in your body, and helps you go asleep without being terrified of the dark, well, without feeling alone, terrific,” Pink continued.